It all began so simply, Dimitrios Makropoulos was dead. Except that nothing Latimer could do helped to stop the nagging feeling that something was not right. That there was something more to the violent death of Dimitrios.
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'Not Le Carre, not Deighton, not Ludlum have surpassed the intelligence, authenticity or engrossing storytelling that established The Mask of Dimitrios as the best of its kind' The Times 'If you want to experience the feel of the Continent in the 1930s, you will find few better guides' - Robert HarrisAbout the Author:
Eric Ambler (1909-98) was one of the most fascinating British writers of the late 1930s. His novels retain a remarkable sense of the dread and terror that filled Europe as world war broke out. Some were made into films (not least Orson Welles' superb version of Journey into Fear), all were bestsellers, inventing a new, more realistic form of spy novel, where the main protagonist is not so much a hero as a victim, pursued by malevolent Fascist forces of overwhelming power. These are paranoid stories, but written at a time when paranoia was disturbingly close to common sense.
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Book Description Fontana Press, 1983. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0006168124